I've recently felt uncomfortable about some of the things I've seen online. It's tempting, when confronted by death and disaster, to turn a blind eye... it's easier... it deflects the discomfort and makes one feel less helpless. We may not know how to help practically, but if we turn away we fail to acknowledge someone's pain. Surely the least we can do is stand with them, at a distance, and stand up to the evil that we see - even if we cannot fix it?
'Not looking', (aka Matthew 22:36–40), oil on board, 8 x 10".
Framed in a chunky, swept silver effect frame.